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  • Apr 5, 2016 ... As oil prices plummet, a surprising piece of the economy is taking a huge hit: the market for recycled plastic. Plastics, after all, are made from petroleum — so as the price of oil drops, so does the cost of making new plastic bottles and other products. In fact, as Marketplace reported in September, making ...

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  • Plastics comprise approximately 9% by weight of MSW. Of this, 39% is containers and packaging materials. The USA packaging market annually uses 6.2 × 109 kg of high density polyethylene (HDPE), low density polyethylene (LDPE), polyethylene terephthalate (PET), polypropylene (PP), polystyrene (PS), and polyvinyl ...

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  • And in many cases, we can enhance plastics' environmental benefits by remembering to recycle after use. Plastic recycling rates are growing faster than ever. Bottles remain one of the most readily recycled plastics, but a growing number of communities collect and recycle other rigid plastic containers such as tubs, trays ...

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  • Jun 1, 2017 ... In 2008, the total amount of plastic waste in the U.S. was approximately 30 million tons, including 13 million tons of plastic packaging, and containers, 11 million tons of durable plastic products and the remaining 6 million tons categorized as non-durable plastic items. The recycling rate of various plastic ...

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  • Mar 7, 2017 ... Plastic film recycling continues to grow from Wrap Recycling Action Program and America's plastics makers commitment efforts through public policy and education.

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  • May 25, 2016 ... You probably know that it is true that America is about 18th in recycling, but what you may not know is that nations that are "good at recycling" have essentially the same reuse rates as the U.S. (e.g., plastic bottles). I know this to be true because not only have I been a leader in the U.S. consumer products ...

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  • Jul 3, 2017 ... The negative impact is estimated to cost society 40 billion USD annually. This exceeds the plastic packaging industry's total profit pool. With all these growing environmental pressures, why are recycling rates for plastic still between 5-9%? Over a billion metric tons of plastic has been created in the last 50 ...

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  • In terms of the products we use every day, plastics collected for recycling have undergone a transformation. Councils are obliged to provide a domestic collection from our kerbside and recycling rates in the UK have been improving steadily. TheThe collection of pots, tubs and trays has increased from 30% to 75% 75% of ...

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  • Apr 22, 2015 ... Pigmented Plastic. If plastic products were consistent in their resin composition, color, transparency, weight and size, we probably wouldn't be having this conversation, as everything could be recycled together; this is more or less the case with aluminum, which enjoys the highest rates of global recycling.

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  • The seven plastic resin identification codes are laid out below with added information describing characteristics of each plastic type, typical products it is found in, our perception of its toxicity and safety (including whether or not to avoid it), its estimated recycling rate and recycled products made from it, and suggestions for ...

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  • Mar 11, 2016 ... Previously published in Plastics Engineering and posted with permission from the Society of Plastics Engineers. Recycling in the U.S. is growing. Our nation's overall recycling rate reached 34.5 percent in 2012, more than double the 1990 rate, as measured by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

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  • deposit on beverage containers in order to ensure a high rate of recycling or reuse. Currently, 11 states have bottle bills in place. Need-to-Know Info: 1. Recycling a single plastic bottle can conserve enough energy to light a 60-watt light bulb for up to six hours. 2. Recycled plastic bottles can be made into products such as ...

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  • The increase in bottles collected pushed the total amount of plastic bottles collected for recycling in 2013 to 2.9 billion pounds. The report, "National Post-Consumer Plastics Bottle Recycling Report," adds that the increase for the year resulted in a 2013 plastic bottle recycling rate of 30.9 percent, a 0.4 percent increase from ...

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  • The quantity of post-consumer plastics recycled has increased every year since at least 1990, but rates lag far behind those of other items, such as newspaper (about 80%) and corrugated fiberboard (about 70%). Overall, U.S. post-consumer plastic waste for 2008 was estimated at 33.6 million ...

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  • Sep 10, 2001 ... If what goes up must eventually come down, then the plastics commodity market is no exception. Strong demand for polyethylene terephthalate and high density polyethylene plastics during the last year have choked supply and stroked prices. Most of the cause-and-effect can be traced to two events: ...

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  • Rates of mechanical recycling and energy recovery as waste-management strategies for plastics waste in European nations (PlasticsEurope 2008b). Broadly speaking, waste plastics are recovered when they are diverted from landfills or littering. Plastic packaging is particularly noticeable as litter because of the lightweight ...

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  • Thus, around 18.599,000 tonnes are lost annually in landfills and energy recovery, without being reused into new products. Plastics Recyclers Europe recommends the following four straightforward policies to overcome this unsustainable situation. The implantation of these policies will increase the plastics recycling rate to ...

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  • Nov 21, 2016 ... “Most people recognise a plastic bottle as something you can recycle,” said Steve Morgan, technical manager at plastic recycling charity Recoup. “The recycling rate is about 60% for plastic bottles but when you start talking about other products, plastic pots and tray – a yoghurt pot, a margarine tub – the ...

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  • In general, these two industries couldn't survive without the heavy input of recycled material; and in this, they are models for the lagging paper and plastics industries. Strong demand for recycled products ultimately requires that these products, as in the case of steel and aluminum, be cost competitive and of high quality.

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